Sell­out show, mu­sic to the ears of di­rec­tor

McIvor Times - - NEWS -

A FREE com­mu­nity con­cert is one of the high­lights of this week­end’s San­guine Es­tate Mu­sic Fes­ti­val.

Chris Howlett, To­bias Brei­der, Holy Pic­coli and An­dew Haveron will take to the stage in St John’s Angli­can Church at 9.30am Satur­day to per­form Glazunov’s Five Nov­el­ettes for String Quar­tet op.15.

The mu­sic fes­ti­val has be­come an out­stand­ing suc­cess with both 2015 and 2016 sell­ing out well in ad­vance.

Last year the fes­ti­val ex­panded with fur­ther con­certs in Bendigo.

Fes­ti­val di­rec­tor Chris Howlett said the 2016 Bendigo week­end was a tri­umph.

‘‘We dou­bled our num­bers from last year, it was fan­tas­tic,’’ he said.

‘‘With Ulum­barra as well as the Cap­i­tal on board we can con­tinue to build on our suc­cess.

‘‘Heathcote is sold out and there is a wait­ing list.’’

❏ Paul Dean, Paul Wright, To­bias Brei­der and Chris Howlett per­form in last year’s San­guine Es­tate Mu­sic Fes­ti­val

com­mu­nity con­cert.

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